Photography

Roanoke-based Professional Location Headshots & commercial photography including real estate photography, architectural photography, landscape photography and photography for magazine and on-line design.

Videography & Video Production

20+ years of High-end video production experience. Roanoke-based Dan Mirolli Photography produces Commercial, Documentary, Educational, Non-Profit video content.

Aerial Drone Work

For Television Productions, Commercial Building, Real Estate

Dan Mirolli Photography Professional licensed and insured drone operator

Professional Photography

Serving Most of Virginia, North Carolina and West Virginia
• Location Headshots & Portraits
• Commercial photography
• Commercial Building Sites
• Landscapes
• Real Estate interiors and exteriors

Professional Videography & Video Production

• Location recording for TV commercials
• Promotional Media, Educational Programing
• Non-Profit Promotional Materials
• Documentary Programming and ENG style video acquisition
• Aerial (drone) videography & photography
• Video Post-Production including editing, color correction, Motion Graphics, 2/3D Animation

About Dan Mirolli

Dan has been a professional Roanoke based content creator, video producer, videographer, editor and photographer for the past 20+ years. Working in the freelance market for many of the national media outlets including History Channel, Travel Channel, CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, ESPN. He has worked for Universities, Virginia Tech, Radford University, University of Lynchburg as well as major corporations such as Qualcomm, Audi, RAW TV, and Agencies such as TenStories, StoryFile and Planit. He has also traveled to shoot educational documentaries in The Czech Republic, Ireland, England and Africa.

Why I Do This

I’ve enjoyed helping people tell stories and convey ideas for years through photography, videography and graphics. The story is where it starts for me. Representing your vision, conveying your ideas, in the best possible light. It is always my goal for those who hire me to feel like they received so much more than they expected.